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Montverde Academy held its new Upper-school building groundbreaking ceremony at MVA's Learning Village grounds, the site of the Academy's former MacKenzie Upper-school.

On hand were the school's trustees, elected officials, students and the faculty. Senator Alan Hayes and Legislator Larry Metz each addressed the crowd. Remarks were given by the school's headmaster, Kasey Kesselring, Dean of the Upper School, Troy Urquhart and school prefect, Ciara Hopkins.

The new structure will feature 36,000 square feet of learning area. Architecturally it will be a mirror of the former McKenzie Building which it replaces. But the new building will have features and additions that make it more conducive to learning and in keeping with modern technology.

The Academy's newest structure will also operate as the location for MVA's Upper-school administration offices, Upper-school computer lab, college counseling offices, and IT department.

"A considerably large study-hall area will also be constructed within the building to facilitate study and research environments and to allow for the George H. Rast Library to better accommodate student seating," said Kesselring.

For further information Montverde Academy, visit montverde.org.


Montverde Academy held groundbreaking ceremony for new Upper-school building
MVA ground breaking
School prefect Ciara Hopkins addresses the gathering at the groundbreaking ceremony. Senator Alan Hayes also spoke to the crowd followed by State Representative Larry Metz who pointed out the project was being completed funded by the private sector. Contractors, the architect, Jeff Powell and engineer, Chris Germana on the project pose with headmaster Kasey Kesselring (in cap) after the ceremony. (Photos by Mike Corradino)
MVA Ground breaking
MVA groundbreaking
MVA ground breaking
School officials, students and elected officials officially break ground for the new upper school building at Montverde Academy. The 36,000 square foot structure will replace the former McKenzie Building and will house administration, the IT department and student learning areas. (Photo by Mike Corradino)


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